Dangote’s Son-in-law Advices Nigerians Ahead Of 2023 Elections

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Jamil Abubakar, the son-in-law of billionaire businessman Aliko Dangote has advised Nigerian youths ahead of the 2023 elections.

The pilot stated via Twitter that Nigerian youths should be aware that their votes count and those in power simply want them to think otherwise.

He wrote: “They will tell you your vote doesn’t count so they can steal it. If it does not count, why are they reminding you? Youths Stay WOKE! Amongst us the youths there are merchants of ignorance that will sing this tune of doubt that it don’t count. It always counted. hence they paid. Be wise.”

In other news, former Big Brother Naija housemate cum influencer,  Tacha has recounted her days of humble beginnings with a major throwback photo.

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In an Instagram post, the BBNaija season 4 housemate, who has become more famous after participating in the reality show, noted that only fools think she does not deserve the success she is enjoying.

Naija News report that the 26-year-old made this statement on Thursday, whilst sharing her throwback photos from her struggling days. Read more

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